BLACK STONE CHERRY
8 p.m., the Village. $10 adv., $12 d.o.s.
In its first club show after two or three high profile local gigs in recent years, Black Stone Cherry
continues to mine what seems to be an endlessly winning formula in these parts: The band blends post-grunge sensibilities with big Southern rock riffs. Since forming in 2001, the band's amassed an impressive resume. It's toured with the likes of Hinder, Sevendust, Def Leppard and Whitesnake. Its songs, most often the single “Lonely Train,” have been used in television and movies, mostly wrestling and ultimate fighting soundtracks. The Kentucky rockers come to town fresh from SXSW, still touring behind last year's anthemic “Folklore and Superstition.” It'll mark the first of the band's three performances in Arkansas. On Monday, it plays George's in Fayetteville and Tuesday heads to the Lyric Theater in Harrison.